Juan Quinones

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Unprecedented atmospheric behavior disrupts one of Earth's most regular climate cycles

A team of scientists has discovered an unexpected disruption in one of the most repeatable atmospheric patterns.<p>The normal flow of air high up in the …

IPOs are sending a chilling message about the stock market

"Either the IPO market is going to pick up, or the stock market is going to pull back, but it's hard to envision both conditions peacefully coexisting," Jack Ablin, chief investment officer at BMO Private Bank told the Wall Street Journal.<p>In the US, only 8 IPOs made it through the window in the …

Stock Markets

How to pay off a huge debt in five years

Whether it’s from a credit card, a mortgage or student loan, most people are burdened with a lot of debt. But it’s possible to pay off a large loan quickly – if you plan ahead.<p>Phil DeGisi finished business school laden with debt — $150,000, to be exact. He's not alone. Many students who borrow to …

Personal Finance

Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning

To most of us, learning something "the hard way" implies wasted time and effort. Good teaching, we believe, should be creatively tailored to the …

First Step to Drinking Your Dream Whiskey? Knowing How to Read the Bottle's Label

Drinking great whiskey is easy; figuring out how to know your Tennessee whiskey from your bourbon, and your 12-years from your 18 can be really intimidating. These simple tips will get you plucking bottles off the shelf like an expert.<p>Master sommelier and author <b>Richard Betts</b> doesn't really believe …

Whiskey

The Ten Most Important Books to Expand Your Brain

Books suck. No question about it, almost everyone who writes a book is a crappy writer.<p>And this is a good thing.<p>It's because the writer spent his life getting GOOD at what he was writing about. He didn't spend his life being good at writing.<p>He didn't spend his life typing. He ran a country. Or …

A former Goldman Sachs employee who launched a startup says this is the most impressive question a job candidate has asked her

Becca Brown, cofounder of Solemates, a brand of women's shoe-care products, estimates that she has conducted nearly 60 job interviews since launching her business six years ago — and dozens per year before that when she worked at Goldman Sachs for nearly eight years.<p>She tells Business Insider that …